Congratulations Boren Scholars
Boren Scholarships provide up to $25,000 to U.S. undergraduate students to study a wide range of critical languages in world regions underrepresented in study abroad. Boren Scholars are committed to public service, working in positions critical to U.S. national security or foreign affairs throughout the Federal Government. This year, nine students in the College received the Boren Scholarship:
- Allen Abbott (Law, Letters, and Society, International Relations, 2022), Croatian, Croatia
- Emerson Ahn (Political Science, 2022), Indonesian, Indonesia
- Chloe Duval (Political Science, Public Policy Studies, 2022), Russian, Ukraine
- Fiona Gould (History, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, 2022), Mandarin, Taiwan
- Karina Holbrook (Public Policy Studies, Russian and East European Studies, Comparative Literature, 2022), Russian, Kazakhstan
- Madeline Kahl (Political Science, 2023), Korean, South Korea
- Adele Malle (Political Science, 2022), Arabic, Israel
- Holly Ross (Linguistics, 2022), Korean, South Korea
- Allan Wang (History, 2022), Korean, South Korea.
Also, one student was named as alternate:
- Tess Falkner-Kenny (Political Science, 2022), French, Senegal.
Read more about the Boren Scholarship resources and support provided by CCRF here.